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Hi, my name is Toni. I have suffered from cystic acne for over 10 years now. Ironically it began shortly after I started my first job as newly licensed esthetician.  I know exactly what is happening but I am powerless in defense. It usually starts as one impacted follicle & within a week or so, erupts below the surface, infecting up to 4 or 5 other follicles, creating a huge painful nodule. They can take up to a month to surface & when they do the amount of active (green) infection that I usually extract can reach up to what I would consider about 1/2 tablespoon. I baby my

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Are these doctors idiots?

It's normal for therapists and community workers to question any mood, very normal, especially when you typically have outbursts.
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will the side effects of prednisone EVER go away ??

Surprising the moon face hasn't come down as the dose tapers, whenever I've been on pred, there was big improvement down at 10 mg (started 60mg).  Maybe with some people, the dose has to get closer to 5 or less. It really is temporary though, will go away. I completely understand as I HATED the moon face, and my 10 lb weight gain was despite exercising as much self control as possible - I could think of little else but food. Don't lose hope..    
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pain, will it ever go away?

How long has it been since you had surgery, 4 weeks? How fast did you recover from the 1st surgery? Do people generally recovery this quick from these microdisectomies? Thats incredible. I think you need to give it more time, it takes awhile to build your muscles back up and it'll make you feel better eventually. Excuse my ignorance, but I had a traditional open back surgery several years ago at L4-5 and it took me 3 months before it was safe for me to even go to P.T. and then I was there for 4-5 months 2-3 x a week and I wasn't taking ibuprofen, I was taking Percocet, Neurontin and  flexeril and was still in pain. So I assure you it could be much worse. I'm not trying to minimize your pain, if it can be managed with advil, thats great. I think you just need to give it a little more time and don't be so discouraged. Take Care
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I experience the same symptoms. Very scary!
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Hello, Sorry to hear you are in such a painful situation.  I do not know the source of the lump, but I have some experience with headaches after a lower back procedure on a disk did not go well.  (The radiologist missed where she was supposed to make a puncture, if that makes sense, and I ended up being allergic to the contrast dye that was injected).  Maybe this will help...   I had a postural headache that took a very long time to improve, despite two blood patches to "fix" the leak.  I was told my severe headache would only take 2 weeks to get better and that it was nearly impossible that a tear could cause pain longer than that.   I don't know if that's true, but my headache persisted for months until it was diagnosed at the Cleveland Clinic as "chronic daily headache".  Maybe that's what you are experiencing now?  The treatment for this, after all migraine medicines failed, was Botox.  It paralyzes muscles that are in spasm, which is one component of headache, besides blood vessel dilation.   I know it sounds strange, but it took me a very long time and many doctors to reach a solution, and that was it.  If your headache persists, I would recommend you see a neurologist that specializes in headache management; they are the ones who administer the Botox.  After a few days, the injections calmed the spasms in the muscles and relieved about 90% of the pain.  To be honest, I still have 10% of the pain, but life is so much better.  I did not experience headaches before the back procedure, and no one has ever offered an explanation.  I am curious what your doctors say is causing all of this?  Have they offered you any insight?     Dilaudid and other pain drugs did not work for me long term. I hope they are offering you some relief.  I did not experience any adverse side effects from the injections and so far, they have been covered by insurance. I really hope you feel better.
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Does anxiety ever go away?

I am sure it can go away if you get the right kind of help and you find things work well for you. I think a lot of people have setbacks. They are doing great. Then ' wham '. And it is this that throws them. They think ' here we go again '. Were really they should see it as just a setback and get on with things. Like most things it depends on the person. Some are stronger willed than others. Some have the fight within them. Some don't. So you will read stories of people having anxiety for decades. But you will also see the few who have gotten over it. Depends on if you are a fighter or not. And believe that you can beat it. The state of mind. It helps. To see yourself as winning. To want to face up to your fears knowing it will be hard but the end result will be a life again.
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